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EricGagne
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So I performed the upgrade, did not get any errors but this is what my forum looks like now.    How do I fix that ?  AdminCP looks the same and I can't find the recache options

 

 

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Scrolling down the page I see this error, maybe it's related ?  Though I wish it would tell me what went wrong and not just that something did.

A configuration or server error has occurred

EX145 Something went wrong. Please try again. 
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I've got this problem with a local test install, where the upgrade now has a mangled set of paths for CSS and JS resources. My test install is configured to resolve to the url http://lsptest, while our online community is at http://forum.largescaleplanes.com. The link paths the test site now generates become http://lsptest/forums/http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/..., and I can't for the life of me see where the live URL is being spliced in from. I populated the local instance with a backup of the live v3 database prior to upgrading to v4. But now I can't even navigate the new ACP to figure out what's going on.

Help!

Kev

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Yeah, I can load the ACP fine, but without the CSS and JS files loading, I can't make my way around it to find anything. I have no familiarity at all with the v4 ACP, so I can't even be sure that there are settings there now that cover paths. I certainly haven't found anything so far, and trying to when it looks like your initial screenshot is nearly impossible!

Kev

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OK, after clicking through enough plain blue links, I finally found it! It's under Storage Settings, Configurations. There's a field in there that contains the URL to the uploads directory, rather than the filesystem path (which was correct). This had the FQN of our live system in it, for some reason. I changed it to the test URL, and everything started working. Oddly, that field doesn't seem to be exposed in the fully-styled interface.

Everything's so different though, that I'm still totally lost. No cache management?

Kev

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I've got this problem with a local test install, where the upgrade now has a mangled set of paths for CSS and JS resources. My test install is configured to resolve to the url http://lsptest, while our online community is at http://forum.largescaleplanes.com. The link paths the test site now generates become http://lsptest/forums/http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/..., and I can't for the life of me see where the live URL is being spliced in from. I populated the local instance with a backup of the live v3 database prior to upgrading to v4. But now I can't even navigate the new ACP to figure out what's going on.

Help!

Kev

 

Yeah, I can load the ACP fine, but without the CSS and JS files loading, I can't make my way around it to find anything. I have no familiarity at all with the v4 ACP, so I can't even be sure that there are settings there now that cover paths. I certainly haven't found anything so far, and trying to when it looks like your initial screenshot is nearly impossible!

Kev

 

OK, after clicking through enough plain blue links, I finally found it! It's under Storage Settings, Configurations. There's a field in there that contains the URL to the uploads directory, rather than the filesystem path (which was correct). This had the FQN of our live system in it, for some reason. I changed it to the test URL, and everything started working. Oddly, that field doesn't seem to be exposed in the fully-styled interface.

Everything's so different though, that I'm still totally lost. No cache management?

Kev

 

Yeah...I'm in the same exact spot. I had my uploads, CSS, JS as FQDNs of my old forum URL and now I can't find the spot to change it for the life of me. 

It used to be intuitive just looking at the SQL tables, now it's impossible with a broken ACP and no intuition of where things should be.

OBNOXIOUS. 

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